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Community-based forestry English FAO Home Forestry Community-based forestry Indigenous Peoples Thematic areas Community-based forestry Participatory approaches Gender and equity FAO's work Normative work Capacity development and training programmes Meetings and workshops Publications Community-based forestry send by email Community-based forestry The livelihoods of over 2.4 billion people depend directly or indirectly on forests for the generation of cash and non-cash income, providing a wide range of social, economic, cultural, spiritual and environmental benefits for local communities. (...) Publications Forty years of community-based forestry Community-based forestry. Extent, effectiveness and potential A framework to assess the extent and effectiveness of community-based forestry Community-based forestry assessment.
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Score: 565091.26 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/participatory/en/
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WHO | Cost effectiveness of Community based practitioners Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Search Submit Language عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Menu Global Health Workforce Alliance About the Alliance Members & partners Country responses Knowledge centre Media centre Global Forums Cost effectiveness of Community based practitioners There is significant evidence showing community based practitioners (CBPs) can be effective in delivering essential health care, but a dearth of studies on their cost-effectiveness: policy makers are faced with the dilemma whether community based practitioners programmes represent good value for money. (...) In an editorial, Maximizing the impact of community-based practitioners in the quest for universal health coverage, James Campbell et al. put the cost-effectiveness study done by Barbara McPake et al. into the global context of using community-based practitioners to expand access to health care. (...) Related links Economic Evaluation of Community Based in Low and Middle Income Countries - A literature review, country case studies and a generalized cost-effectiveness model Cost–effectiveness of community-based practitioner programmes in Ethiopia, Indonesia and Kenya Barbara McPake et al.
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Score: 559956.4 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...t_comm-based-practitioners/en/
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Community-based forestry English FAO Home Forestry Community-based forestry Indigenous Peoples Thematic areas Community-based forestry Participatory approaches Gender and equity FAO's work Normative work Capacity development and training programmes Meetings and workshops Publications Community-based forestry send by email Normative work FAO embarked on a process of developing a framework for use at national level, to carry out quantitative and qualitative assessments of the extent and effectiveness of the various existing CBF regimes. (...) In the process of developing the above framework, FAO organised a  meeting that brought together experts from Africa, Asia, Latin America, and Europe to share their professional perspectives and to exchange views on key issues and challenges related to national and global assessments of extent and effectiveness of community based forestry. FAO is also in the process of compiling a global report that looks back over the last 40 years of Community Based Forestry (CBF) and reviews the extent and effectiveness of the various CBF regimes in delivering biophysical and socio-economic outcomes around the world. Guidelines for institutionalising and implementing community based forest management in sub-Saharan African countries  have been developed. last updated:  Wednesday, November 4, 2015 Contact us  |  Privacy policy  |  Scam alert © FAO, 2022
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Score: 555889.3 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/participatory/90737/en/
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E-Learning Tool - Community based adaptation to climate change 中文 English Français русский Español FAO Home Climate change Community based adaptation Material and Experiences E-Learning Tool - Community based adaptation to climate change send by email The e-learning tool 'Planning for Community Based Adaptation (CBA) to Climate Change' supports training on community-based climate change adaptation in agriculture. (...) Adaptation is a learning process. Community based approaches are most suitable to guide local adaptation processes in agriculture, building on existing livelihood patterns and opportunities. This module will help you to understand how to get prepared for launching community based adaptation processes. Session 1: Community based adaptation Session 2: Understanding institutional settings Session 3 : Understanding changing risk patterns Session 4 : Local situation assessment Session 5 : Participatory tools and methods Session 6 : Identifying adaptation options   MODULE 4: IMPLEMENTING COMMUNITY BASED ADAPTATION Community based adaptation processes constitute an ideal framework for field testing adaptation options in a practical learning-by-doing mode, and to consolidate local adaptation plans.
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Score: 552726.5 - https://www.fao.org/climatechange/67624/en/
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WHO | Scaling-up the Community-based Health Workforce for Emergencies Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Search Submit Language عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Menu Global Health Workforce Alliance About the Alliance Members & partners Country responses Knowledge centre Media centre Global Forums Scaling-up the Community-based Health Workforce for Emergencies Download the Joint Statement The Global Health Workforce Alliance along with other partners, actively involved in supporting the community based health workforce have come together, under the thematic platform on disaster risk reduction for health, to develop a Joint Statement on Scaling-up the Community-based Health workforce for Emergencies. Launched in Geneva yesterday, the joint statement outlines the pivotal role of the community-based health workforce in building resilience to disasters, and advocates the scaling-up, training and involvement of CHWs and reinforcing the community-based health workforce. In addition, the Joint statement provides a range of concrete country examples of community-based health workforce in action. "Health outcomes can be greatly improved by maximizing the utilization of community-based health workers.
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Score: 552240.53 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...ews/2011/chwemergencystory/en/
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According to " Forty years of community based forestry: A review of extent and effectiveness" , almost one-third of the world's forest area is now estimated to be under some form of community-based management. (...) The report outlines a series of actions needed to make community-based forestry more effective, including providing communities with secure forest tenure, improving regulatory frameworks, and transferring appropriate and viable skills and technology.     (...) In the 25 years since the introduction of community-based forestry, the forest area has increased by more than 10 percent.
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Score: 552181.1 - https://www.fao.org/newsroom/d...ty-and-people-s-livelihoods/en
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1 Summary of the results of the Technical Consultation on the role of community based providers in improving Maternal and Newborn Health On the 30th and 31th of May 2012, the Royal Tropical Institute organized a Technical Consultation on the role of community based providers in improving maternal and newborn health. (...) In terms of the acceptability of community based provider programmes, the close relationship between community based providers and recipients of their services is a major strength. (...) The roles and practices of the various types of community based providers in countries were discussed.
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Score: 551995.46 - https://www.who.int/workforcea..._KIT_technicalconsultation.pdf
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What Are We Learning About Community-Based Child Protection Mechanisms What Are We Learning About Protecting Children in the Community? (...) In general, though, there is a lack of a strong evidence base underlying the use of community- based child protection groups. (...) For example, some agencies offer community members stipends or even salaries for their work with community-based child protection groups.
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Score: 551349.66 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...en/VACCommunity_FullReport.pdf
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While many previous reviews described the process and effectiveness of integrated community-based interventions under real life field conditions, this series of papers, commissioned by TDR and financially supported by the European Union, evaluates how well the interventions improve disease or prevention outcomes. The authors systematically analysed existing literature on community-based interventions for the “neglected tropical diseases”, as well as for malaria, tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS. (...) For more information, contact: Johannes Sommerfeld ( [email protected] ) Related links Read the full series in Journal of Infectious Diseases of Poverty TDR community-based research in malaria TDR community-based research on Chagas disease and dengue Health systems/implementation research You are here: TDR News and events 2014 News and press releases © WHO 2022 More about our sponsors Contact us Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases (TDR)
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Score: 551190.8 - https://www.who.int/tdr/news/2014/cbi-valuable/en/
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PrEP is now available in the Philippines through community-based organization LoveYourself. Photo: WHO/F. (...) There are other community-based organizations that will be offering PrEP soon, one in Iloilo, one in Davao. Other community-based organizations are also contacting us so that they could also offer PrEP.
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Score: 550465.97 - https://www.who.int/philippine...ganizations-in-the-philippines
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